Felicia Olmeta-Schult smiles for the camera
Felicia Olmeta-Schult was previously Oregon Sea Grant’s resilience fellow
Yaquina Bay Bridge
Partly funded by Oregon Sea Grant, the study analyzed 18 locations individually and together as a regional network
A top down view of a mosquitofish swiming in the water. It has a small gold and silver body with darker lines along its scales.
If the fish escape, they can eat other insects, amphibians, zooplankton and native fish
Sun shines on Klamath River
Researchers to partner with local tribe, study water quality
Crab pots are stacked on a boat.
Research will include crabs, sea urchins, oysters and skates
Karina Nielsen
Karina Nielsen earned a Ph.D. in zoology from OSU in 1998
A gray whale surfaces near a boat.
IndividuWhale.com was funded partly by Oregon Sea Grant
Blood is drawn from a sablefish
Funded by Oregon Sea Grant, the research may advance efforts to farm the lucrative groundfish
Shelby Walker speaks at a podium
Shelby Walker will help oversee infrastructure at the NSF’s Geosciences Directorate
Angee Doerr leads a Shop at the Dock tour in Newport
Oregon Sea Grant's tours teach people about fisheries and the fleet
People build Lego structures in a tsunami wave tank.
New exhibits have been installed at Oregon Sea Grant's Visitor Center
A jumping worm wiggles on a white background.
Oregon Sea Grant's Sam Chan says the worms eat more leaf litter than others

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